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        Reinier Nooms (genaamd Zeeman) etsen.

      Complete serie van 8 etsen uit 1612, 1e staat, in de plaat gesigneerd. Afm. (prenten): elk ca. 12 x 21 cm. Als set in 1 lijst.Reinier Nooms - genaamd "Zeeman" (ca. 1623 - Amsterdam- 1664), was naast veelgevraagd tekenaar en vermaard marineschilder ook een begaafd etser. Dit werk neemt dan ook binnen zijn oeuvre een aparte plaats in. Van in totaal 154 etsen zijn sommige uitgegeven als losse exemplaren, de meeste echter behoren tot series van telkens acht of twaalf prenten, die als een reeks bijeengebonden werden verkocht aan liefhebbers en collectioneurs.Het werk van de Nooms als etser, staat op eenzame hoogte in de 17e-eeuw. Het is tekeningachtig en spontaan en veel meer dan een portret van schepen. Nooms stoffeerde zijn etsen met schitterende figuurtjes en atmosferische luchten. Ze roepen een prachtig beeld op van het dagelijks leven op en rond het water in de Gouden Eeuw. Amsterdam was toentertijd het centrum van de wereldhandel en dit aspect werd door Nooms verheven tot het belangrijkste thema in zijn prenten.Prijs: € 4.950,- (incl. lijst, incl. 21% BTW).

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        A Discoverie of the True Causes Why Ireland Was Never Entirely Subdued, Nor Brought Under Obedience of the Crowne of England, Untill the Beginning of His Majesties Happie Raigne

      [4], 1-186, 189-287pp, [1], Later full calf, raised bands, spine in six panels, title label to second panel, remaining panels with central lozenge shaped tool in gilt, covers with double fillet gilt border. Recently rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to extremities. Text block slightly cropped at head. Internally some minor browning and staining, but generally fairly bright. Lacks A1, which is blank apart from the signature letter 'A' to foot, small flaw to title catching fore-edge, with an ink number '3' to title, the head of G1 has '35 comes after 50' in ink (a legacy of signature G being bound before F - now rectified), the final page is blank (sometimes found with errata). Sir John Davies, "firmly believed that the successful government of Ireland could not be achieved through military conquest alone, but depended instead on laying the legal foundations for a civil society ... From 1606 he was busy with the management of the work deriving from the establishment of the commissions for defective titles and the implementation of arrangements for the surrender and regrant of lands by tenants of the crown. This was a crucial element in his long-standing campaign to entrench the full-scale operation of property law in Ireland as the bulwark of English rule, and was designed specifically to undermine and finally to abolish Gaelic para-legal forms of land tenure and inheritance which were much more fluid, based on kinship and the sept, and the tribal allegiances underpinning them ... Davies was long absorbed in the establishment of the new plantation ... In all he obtained 5500 acres ... In 1612 he published his 'Discoverie of the True Causes Why Ireland was Never Entirely Subdued nor brought under obedience of the crown of England until his Majesties Happie Reigne', which argued for the full establishment of a system of law based on land rather than blood" (ODNB) It was this use of the law which apparently brought Ireland "back within the fold of civilization" (Oxford History of the Irish Book, Volume III, page 254)

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        Le MercureFrancois ou La Suite de L'Histoire De La Paix. Commenceant l'an M.DC.V.[1605]. pour suite du Septenaire du D. Cayer, & finissant au Sacre duTres-Chrestien Roy de France & de Nauarre Loys XIII.

      Paris. Par JeanRicher:. 1612.. 17cm, [vi],534 foliated pages, engraved title page,bound in contemporary full vellum, some staining to the preliminary (5)leaves, vellum a bit wrinkled, dust worn, very good copy. (cgc) Inthis, the first volume of the first review issued in France, will befound, folio 291, the narrative of the navigations of the French inCanada before the foundation of Quebec by Champlain, in 1608, and atfolio 518, the baptism of the Grand Sagamo de Canada by the SieurPoutincourt. Lande 629. Sabin 47931. This annual register of events wasedited in turn by Jean and Etienne Richer, Pere Joseph, and TheophrasteRenaudot. In it is found the first published account of the voyages ofChamplain and the establishment of the Jesuits in Canada. A large partof the Mercure is devoted to voyages and travels, e. g. 1608. "DesColonies que les Anglois ont mene en la Virginie en ceste annee. 269.a.1608, "Voyages faicts en la Nouvelle France ou Canada". 1612, "Lesanglois cherchent en vain le chemin de la Chine par le septentrion" Very important publication, containing the following articles relatingto the early history of America; Voyages faits en la Nouvelle France ouCanada du sieur des Monts 1604; Voyage du sieur de Pont-grave, 1605;Voyage du sieur de Pointrincourt, 1606; Voyage des sieurs de champdore& Champlain, 1608. .

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        Opera Franciae et Germaniae celeberrimi jurisconsulti, et in supremo parisiorum senatu antiqui advocati opera quae extant omnia ex variis librorum apothecis, in quibus latebant nunc primum simul typis commissa, permultisque mendis, quibus sensim scatebant.... Lutetiae Parisorium Sumptibus Robert Fovet, via Iacobaea fub infigni Temporis & occasionis Cum priveligio regis 1612

      3 volumes Format : 37/24 Le texte est sur 2 colonnes chacune de ces dernières est paginée 2547 Pages pour les trois volumes 1185 + 807 + 555 Tome III page de garde restaurée avec manque Sommaire du tome III : Commentaris in codicem sacratissimi imperatoris iustiniani Première partie du Traicté de l'origine, progrès et excellence du royaume et monarchie des françois et couronne de France Iureconsultorum galliae facile principis ad ius feu canonicum : Annotationes Analytique des contracts, usures, rentes constituées, interests et monnoyes Coustumes générales de la Prévoté et Vicomté de Paris Coustumes du baillage de Meaux, Melun, Senlis, Troyes, Vermandois, Amiens, etc.... Coustumes d'Etampes, Montfort, Nantes, Clermont de Valois, Troyes, Chaumont, Vitri, Chaalons, Rheims, Bordeaux, La Rochelle, etc.... Notae solemnes Caroli Molinaei, iurisconsulti celeberrimi ad primum volumen consiliorum Alexandri Tartagni Reliures d'époque (veau) rapées avec certains coins abimés intérieurs certaines pages tachées sinon bon état Photos sur demmande

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        Indiae Orientalis, insularumque adiacentium typus.

      1612. Incisione in rame, coloritura d'epoca, mm 355x500 tratta da "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", opera che ebbe un successo immediato e numerosissime riedizioni. Il "Theatrum" è considerato il primo atlante moderno, comprendente carte di tutte le zone del mondo; la geniale intuizione di Abraham Ortel (1528-1598), che latinizzò il proprio nome in Ortelius, fu quella di riunire in un unico corpus la produzione cartografica eterogenea del periodo, costituendo la base per un'impresa editoriale di enorme successo, pubblicata dal 1570 al 1612. Di grande livello decorativo la carta riporta informazioni da Marco Polo in poi e risulta una sintesi di tutte le più moderne informazioni dell'area. Taiwan viene mappata per la prima volta, indicata come I. Fermosa. Oltre all'India ed all'arcipelago indonesiano citati nel titolo, la carta rappresenta anche le regioni dell'estremo oriente, compresi Cina e Giappone. Bel cartiglio decorato in basso a sinistra e stemma nobiliare nell'angolo superiore dello stesso lato. Testo italiano al verso.Ottime condizioni generali, con piccolo rinforzo vicino allo stemma portoghese, visibile al verso. Ort 166; (Koeman Atlantes Neerlandici III): 48; Van den Broecke, 166 Copper engraving, original color, mm 355x500, from "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", the first modern atlas of the world, published from 1570 to 1612. One of the earliest maps of Southeast Asia which bears title in a decorative strapwork cartouche, coat of arms of Portugal, seas stippled and decorated with ships, whales and mermaids. The privilegium is found in the lower right corner.Based on Mercator's world map of 1589 and Portuguese sources, the map includes information drawn from Marco Polo. The East Indies are a group of islands with Java and Borneo particularly misshapen. Taiwan is mapped for the first time as I. Fermosa in the 'tail' of a kite-shaped Japan. It is also a synthesis of the best available information on Southeast Asia and the East Indian Islands and is a 'milestone' in the cartography of Southeast Asia and the East Indian Islands bringing the knowledge of that time to a very wide audience through the numerous editions of the Theatrum. Very good condition with a minor china reinforcement near portuguese coat of arms

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        L'ESSILIO DEL SIG. FABIO CAROFIGLI DI BITONTO DIVISO IN SEI PARTI CON ALTRE SUE RIME A DIVERSI SIGNORI

      SEBASTIANO COMBI VENEZIA, 1612. Volume in 24° (mm 130 x 77), frontespizio, pagine 21 n.n., 236, 28 n.n. Frontespizio in cornice xilografica, marca tipografica con due stadere incrociate. Iniziali in xilografia. Brossura pesante, titolo manoscritto su tassello di carta al dorso. Antica firma di possesso nel frontespizio, vecchie sottolineature e appunti a penna nel testo, alcuni cancellati, numero a penna nel dorso. Copia molto buona.

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        Croc, Vernalis. [Crocus varieties].

      Frankfurt, Germany. Ca. 1612. - Engraving with handcolor, image 13 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches on sheet size 15 x 10 inches. Spot (approximately 1 inch circle) to lower left image, otherwise very good condition. From Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium, first issued in 1612, with five subsequent editions. "Emanuel Sweert, a Dutch florist, was at one time Praefectus of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II, and it was at his behest that the work was produced. Although it did not contain prices it also served as a catalogue of plants offered for sale by Sweert at the Frankfurt Fair." (de Belder catalogue). The intaglio processes of engraving and etching had only recently been applied to botanical illustration, allowing for a finer, more spontaneous line than the woodcut. This is a lovely image of crocus bulbs.

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        Leucoium.

      Frankfurt, Germany. Ca. 1612. - Engraving with handcolor, image 13 1/2 x 8 inches. Very good condition. Conservation matted. From Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium, first issued in 1612, with five subsequent editions. "Emanuel Sweert, a Dutch florist, was at one time Praefectus of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II, and it was at his behest that the work was produced. Although it did not contain prices it also served as a catalogue of plants offered for sale by Sweert at the Frankfurt Fair." (de Belder catalogue). The intaglio processes of engraving and etching had only recently been applied to botanical illustration, allowing for a finer, more spontaneous line than the woodcut. Pictured are a number of varieties of the Amaryllis family.

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        Mala Insana. [eggplant]. Poma Amoris. [tomato]. Solanum Somniserum. Solanum halicacabum.

      Frankfurt, Germany. Ca. 1612. - Engraving with handcolor, image 13 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches on sheet size 15 x 10 inches. Spot (approximately 1 inch) to mid right image, a few faint spots to outer margins, otherwise very good condition. From Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium, first issued in 1612, with five subsequent editions. "Emanuel Sweert, a Dutch florist, was at one time Praefectus of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II, and it was at his behest that the work was produced. Although it did not contain prices it also served as a catalogue of plants offered for sale by Sweert at the Frankfurt Fair." (de Belder catalogue). The intaglio processes of engraving and etching had only recently been applied to botanical illustration, allowing for a finer, more spontaneous line than the woodcut. This is a lovely image of an eggplant and tomato plant (at that time newly introduced to Europe from the Americas), and two other Solanum plants.

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        Histoire des guerres d'Italie. Advenue sous les règnes des Rois très-chrétiens Charles VIII. Louis XII. & François I.

      Paris, Pierre Le Mur, 1612.1 volume in-folio de [4]-958-38 p. de table. Plein veau fauve, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats. Traduction de Jérôme Chomedey, "diligemment revue et corrigée", avec les observations politiques, militaires et morales du Sieur de la Nouë. "François Guichardin (1483-1540) était un historien, un philosophe et un homme politique florentin. Il fut ambassadeur auprès du roi Ferdinand II d'Aragon, puis du pape Léon X. Dans cet ouvrage, il retrace les principaux événements advenus en Italie de 1490 à 1534 en essayant de rechercher leurs causes. Ce livre eut un retentissement européen, notamment auprès d'humanistes comme Jean Bodin et Montaigne." A. Brieux.

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        Les ouvertures des parlements faictes par les Roys de France, tenant leur lict de Justice. Auxquelles sont ajoutées cinq remontrances, autrefois faictes en icelles au Parlement de Paris

      - Paris, chez Guillaume des Rues, 1612. In-4 plein vélin de l'époque, VI + 695 pages + 29 pages (pour la table des matières et le privilège). Revues & augmentées de beaucoup sur chaqun chapitre. Portrait de Louis Dorleans en hors-texte. Quelques pages brunies sans gravité. Ex-libris manuscrit découpé. L'auteur, Louis Dorleans, Poête, Jurisconsulte, écrivain. BRUNET: II, page 822 "violent ligueur que la clémence de Henri IV a su ramener, un peu tard, il est vrai, à la modération.". Bon exemplaire pour cet ouvrage peu courant. La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 600 EUR.

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        The Common-Wealth of England, And the Maner of Government Thereof.

      1612. "The Most Important Description of the Constitution and Government Of England Written During the Tudor Age" Smith, Sir Thomas [1513-1577]. The Common-Wealth of England, And the Maner of Governement Thereof. Compiled by the Honourable Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, Doctor of Both Lawes, And One of the Principall Secretaries Unto Two Most Worthy Princes, King Edward, And Queene Elizabeth. With New Additions of the Chiefe Courts in England, And the Offices Thereof by the Said Author. Also a Table Added Thereto, Of All the Principall Matters Contained in this Treatise. London: Printed by William Stansby, 1612. [viii], 134 pp. Lacking first leaf, a blank. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Recent period-style paneled calf, gilt titles, raised bands and blind ornaments to spine, blind inside dentelles, all edges gilt. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor nicks to boards. Woodcut device to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, minor edgewear and offsetting to preliminaries and final leaves of text. Ex-library. Faint embossed stamp to title page and following leaf, cancelled stamp to verso of title page with some bleed-through. A handsome copy. * Later edition. De Republica Anglorum; the Manner of Government or Policie of the Realme of England was written between 1562 and 1565 and first published in 1583. "It is the most important description of the constitution and government of England written in the Tudor age" (DNB). It went through eleven editions in English between 1584 to 1691. Four Latin editions appeared between 1610 and 1641. Abridged editions in Dutch and German were published in 1673 and 1688. Smith, an English scholar and diplomat, was Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge University. Dictionary of National Biography XVIII:535. English Short-Title Catalogue S117648.

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        The Bible, That Is, The Holy Scriptures Contained in the Old & New Testament

      Robert Barker, 1612, Hardcover (Quarter Leather), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Early Edition. The Bible, That Is, The Holy Scriptures Contained in the Old & New Testament, including a 34-page genealogy by John Speed. London: Robert Barker, 1612. Bound with The Whole Booke of Psalmes Collected Into English Meeter, London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1618. Folio, pp. 34 (genealogy), ff. 453, 135, [7], then pp. 100 (psalms) -- occasional misnumbering, but complete. Gray-brown cloth boards quarter-bound in brown calf with brown morocco label on spine, six raised bands, woodcuts, maps. This is a later binding, probably 19th century, with added endpapers and reinforced title page. Leaves measure about 32x20cm with a 3cm lower margin and 1.5-2cm upper and fore margins. Text is double-column, 64 lines, Roman. Provenance: The supplied free front endpaper (loose) preserves a handwritten index of illustrations, and the front pastedown likewise preserves a 1675 gift inscription to John Simon Esq. and also includes the art nouveau medical bookplate of Sir John Simon, the 19th-century pathologist who was Britain's chief medical officer from 1855 to 1876. Sir John here wrote his instructions on how this book was to be disposed of, presumably after his death. A blank page at the start of the Apocrypha shows a holograph list of 17th-century births, surnames illegible to me. Darlow & Moule 241 identifies this version as "a close reprint of the folio edition of 1607." The illustrated title page has no date, but the NT title page is dated 1611 with a colophon date of 1612. (D&M 222, for the 1607 edition, contains a detailed description of the illustrated title page, which exactly matches that shown with this listing.) This is a so-called Breeches Bible for its use of the word "breeches" in Genesis, later changed to "aprons." The 34-page genealogy was created by John Speed, identified here as J.S. Condition of this book: Boards edge-worn and stained, with front joint starting. Front and back hinges cracked. Last leaf of psalms is missing chunks of margin with a couple rips in the text. Scattered staining and foxing inside, nothing unusual except for a small burn hole, about the size of a cigarette tip, that goes through 3 consecutive leaves. Size: Large Folio (bigger than A3). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; England; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 53281. Early Edition

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        Dell'istoria ecclesiastica di Mantova. Parte prima (-seconda)

      Osanna, 1612-15. 2 voll. in 16, pp. (12) + 395 + (1); (16) + 522 + (16). Manca l'indice del primo volume. Scritte al front. del primo volume. Sporadiche annotazioni manoscritte ai margini. Qualche gora sporadica alle cc. Legatura settecentesca in p. pg. Edizione originale, molto rara, di quest'opera sulla storia ecclesiastica di Mantova. Magnaguti, p. 31 e 32 (da' come date di stampe 1613-1616 contariamente al nostro esemplare che riporta del date 1612 al primo volume e 1615 al secondo). ITA

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        Mythologie c'est à dire, Explication des Fables, contenant les Genealogies des Dieux, les ceremonies de leurs Sacrifices ; Leurs Gestes, adventures, amours, Et presq tous les preceptes de la Philosophie naturelle & moralle. Extraite du Latin de Noel Le Comte, reveuë, & augmentée de nouveau, & illustrée de figures. par L. de Montlyard.

      A Lion chez Paul Frellon 1612 1 vol. in-4 de (10)-1120-(26) pp., maroquin citron, dos orné à cinq nerfs, triple filet doré sur les plats, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Titre gravé par L Gaultier et 71 gravures sur bois dans le texte. Nouvelle édition (la première illustrée) d'un des plus importants traités légués par la Renaissance sur la mythologie gréco-latine, établie sur l'originale de 1567 (Venise). Son auteur était un humaniste italien (mort en 1582), dont la pureté de la langue et l'élégance du style furent très appréciées à son époque. Les Dix livres de la Mythologie, ou explication des Fables sont une immense mosaïque de citations antiques extraites des poètes tragiques et des philosophes, abondamment commentées. Il est à noter que l'auteur glisse dans certaines entrées du texte quelques considérations alchimiques sur la mythologie antique, et cela en parfait accord avec ce que prônaient les Philosophes Hermétiques et que validera brillamment Dom Pernety au XVIIIe dans son Dictionnaire mytho-hermétique dans lequel on trouve les allégories fabuleuses des poètes, les métaphores, les énigmes et les termes barbares des philosophes hermétiques expliqués et Les Fables égyptiennes et grecques dévoilées & réduites au même principe avec une explication des hiéroglyphes et de la guerre de Troie. Le succès de l'oeuvre à la fin du siècle est également attesté par les éditions successives de la traduction française de Jean de Montlyard : publiée une première fois à Lyon en 1600, elle sera rééditée en 1604, 1607 et 1612. Dans un long avis de l'imprimeur, L'Imprimeur au bening Lecteur, Paul Frellon se plaint d'une édition pirate imprimée à Rouen en 1611. Baudrier V, 276 (pour l'édition datée 1600). Bel exemplaire.

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        Peruviae auriferae regionis typus Didaco Mendezio auctore (with:) La Florida Auctore Hieron. Chiaves-Guastecan Reg

      Antwerp 1612 - Copper engraving,original color, mm 340x470; italian text and number 9 on verso. From the 1612 edition. Good condition in very early color, partly oxidated like usual for the italian 1612 edition.A very early map of the Spanish empire in the New World, made up of 3 maps on one sheet, the largest showing central and South America (Peru); the second showing Florida and the southeast; and the third, Guastecan (Huasteca), a northeastern province of Mexico. The map of Florida is important as it is the first regional map of the southeastern section of North America.The map revealed little information on the interior of North America, but the details presented have been definitely linked with known features. The village of Aijx undoubtedly became known to the Spaniards as Ais, and the Mississippi, though distorted, appeared as the R.de S.Spiritu , the name given it by early Spanish explorers. Tascalisa lies on the map as closely as possible to where today's Tuscaloosa, Alabama is. The Chaves map published by Ortelius was, therefore, one of the earliest printed maps of the territory based on actual observations. Burden 57: "(La Florida) is one of the very few maps printed in the sixteenth century that was based upon original Spanish sources. They were very protective of their knowledge of the Americas, a considerable source of their wealth. The author of this map, Geronimo de Chaves, was the Cosmographer Royal to Philip II of Spain". The map of Florida is considered to be the first to show any interior detail of the present day United States, and was set the standard for mapping the region for the century to come. V.d.Broecke 15; Martin & Martin: Maps of Texas and the Southwest: The first printed map of the Florida region; Cumming, Southeast, p.12,#5.

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        Deorum dearumque capita, ex antiquis numismatibus Abrahami Ortelii Geographi Regii collecta, et Historica narratione illustrata A Francisco Sweertio F. Antuerpiensi.

      Anvers, Plantin, les fils de Joannes Moretus (Typis Roberti Bruneau), 1612 ; petit in-4 ; vélin, titre manuscrit, plats décorés, à froid, à la Duseuil, avec un double fleuron en coins (reliure de l'époque) ; (136) pp. non chiffrées, titre et 59 planches gravés sur cuivre : portraits ou profils des dieux et déesses chacun dans un riche décor à l'ancienne (*, A-Q 4). Les Dieux représentent 26 figures et les Héros et Vertus 33. Cartographe du célèbre "Theatrum orbis terrarum", Abraham Ortélius fut un humaniste des plus connus et fondateur, avec Gérard Mercator, de la célèbre école hollandaise de géographie et cartographie. Cet ouvrage représente sa collection de monnaies, décrites et commentées par François Sweerts (1567-1629), historien et épigraphe d'Anvers. Coiffe supérieure arrachée et absence des lacets de fermeture, sinon bel exemplaire, bien gravé et d'un beau tirage, dans sa première reliure hollandaise. Rare malgré trois éditions. Les gravures seraient de Galle.

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        Dottrina dello stoico filosofo Epitteto che chiamasi communemente Enchiridion. Tradotto dal greco in spagnolo, nell'anno 1612 in Madrid da D. Francesco Sanchez, ed ora in italiano idioma da Don Marc - Anton. Citarella. Con alcune poesie del di lui fratello D. Niccolo Citarella e di altri autori.

      1612. Pistoia: Pistoja, per il Biagioni, e Franchi, 1727. 4to.; 16 hojas, incluida portada con el escudo grabado de la Casa de Saboya, 115 pp. para la traducción y comentarios en italiano de Citarella y 4 hojas, incluída portada, 88 pp. para el texto en castellano. Con una excepcional lámina retrato de Marco Antonio Citarella, grabada en cobre por Filosi. Bella encuadernación de época, en piel, con ruedas doradas en los planos y lomera ornada. Cortes dorados.

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        Venerabilis Bedae Presbytiri anglo-saxons viri sua aetate doctissimi Opera quotquot reperiri potuerunt omnia. Hac ultima impressione ornatius in lucem edita.

      Coloniae Agrippinae : sumptibus Antonij Hieratus Gymnici, 1612, 8 tomes reliés en 4 volumes de 250x390 mm environ, Volume 1, tome I. (7) ff. (page de titre gravée, vie de Bède, table), 452 pages ; tome II. Philosophie, (1)f. (page de titre), 238 pages, (1)f., - Volume 2, tome III. Histoire, (3) ff. (titre, table, au Roi, au lecteur), 500 pages, (1) f. ; tome IV. Commentaires Ancien Testament, (2) ff. (titre, table), 916 pages, (1) f., - Volume 3, tome V. (1) f. (titre), 816 pages annoncées (erreurs de pagination, 855 pages) ; tome VI. (1) f. (titre), 852 pages, (1) f., - Volume 4, tome VII. (2) ff. (titre, table) 486 pages ; tome VIII. Ancien Testament, (2) ff. (titre, table), 968 pages, (64) ff. (index), (1) f., reliures plein cuir granité brun, dos à 6 nerfs portant titres et tomaisons dorés, sur pièces de titre en veau fauve, ornés de caissons à riches motifs dorés, tranches mouchetées de rouge. Avec de nombreuses figures, tableaux, diagrammes, calendriers. Ex-libris manuscrits sur les page de titre. Fréquentes erreurs de pagination, le nombre de pages annoncés est parfois erroné, mais ces volumes sont bien complet avec pagination des cahiers cohérente, rousseurs mouillures, des pages brunies, léger manque de papier sur la dernière page du tome II, épidermures, frottements, coiffes ébréchées avec début de fente sur les mors, des tampons de bibliothèque, bon état pour le reste. Bède, dit le Vénérable (en latin : Beda Venerabilis, en anglais : Bede, prononcé /bi:d/), est un moine et lettré anglo-saxon né vers 672/673 en Northumbrie et mort le 26 mai 735. Son uvre la plus célèbre, l'Histoire ecclésiastique du peuple anglais, lui a valu le surnom de « Père de l'histoire anglaise ». Il est également linguiste et traducteur, et ses traductions des uvres grecques et latines des premiers pères de l'Église ont joué un rôle important dans le développement du christianisme en Angleterre. En 1899, Bède est proclamé docteur de l'Église par le pape Léon XIII ; il est à ce jour le seul natif de Grande-Bretagne à avoir été ainsi honoré, mais il est notamment connu comme fondateur du comput (science de la datation et du calcul de la date des fêtes mobiles dans la religion chrétienne) et a été le premier à introduire un système de datation prenant comme référence la naissance du Christ.

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        Fori Iulii Accurata Descriptio

      1612. Restauro alla piega centrale. Bella coloritura coeva. Edizione con testo in latino e numero di pagina 79 mm 355x475

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        Tractatus de attentatis et innouatis lite, & appellatione pendente, & in alijs casibus, qui pagina quinta distincte indicantur. Roberto Lancellotto i.c. Perusino authore

      apud Iacobum Antonium Somaschum, 1612. in 4° - pp.96nn, 422, 2nn, 135, 1nn p - Pergamena - Marca (O439) sul front., a c. 2M7 e in fine, capilettera - Testo in latino - In ottimo stato di conservazione - Front. stampato in rosso e nero - Titolo manoscritto al dorso - Piccoli forellini di tarlo, lievissime mancanze al frontespizio e rare fioriture alle pagine

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        Assunzione della Maddalena

      1612. Acquaforte e bulino, 1612, firmata e datata in lastra in basso. Da un soggetto di Luca Cambiaso. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Raffaello Schiaminossi fa parte della folta schiera di artisti nativi del piccolo borgo di San Sepolcro. Membro della corporazione fiorentina dei pittori a partire dal 1596, si dedica con successo all'incisione, traducendo ed interpretando a stampa disegni di Ventura Salimbeni, Federico Barocci, Paolo Veronese ed appunto Luca Cambiaso. La sua arte incisoria è del tutto particolare ed innovativa, caratterizzata dal forte uso del chiaroscuro, realizzato attraverso l'uso di una fitta serie di linee incrociate, alternate ad aree intagliate delicatamente. Uno dei migliori lavori dell'artista. Etching and engraving, 1612, signed and dated in the plate at the bottom. After Luca Cambiaso. Magnificent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the copperplate, in excellent condition. Raffaello Schiaminossi is part of the large group of native artists of the small village of St. Seplocro. Member of the Guild of Florentine painters from 1596, he devoted himself with success incision, translating and interpreting printed design by Ventura Salimbeni, Federico Barocci, Paolo Veronese and precisely Luca Cambiaso. Its art of engraving is quite special and innovative, characterized by strong use of chiaroscuro, realized through the use of a dense series of crossed lines, alternating with areas carved gently. One of the best works of the artist. Bartsch XVII, p. 232, 91. Dimensioni 197x280.

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        ANCIENS ET NOUVEAUX STATUTS DE LA VILLE ET CITE DE BORDEAUX (BOURDEAUS)

      1612. Par S. Millanges, Imprimeur Ordinaire du Roy. 1612. In-8.Carré. Relié. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Déchirures. 342 pages. Gravure en noir et blanc encollée en page de titre. Couverture parcheminée et muette. Annotations d'époque à la plume en page de garde et au dos du second plat: 'Ce livre appartient à M. Pierre Perrier, Procureur, 1684 (...) Et à présant il appartient à M. P. Durand, Proc., 1692 (...)'. Premier plat déchiré. Second plat taché. Couverture détachée. Revêtement en papier du dos des plats abîmé et se détachant. Quelques feuillets abîmés et détachés: pages de garde, de titre, toutes premières pages. Cahiers se détachant. Quelques mouillures. Pages 73-86 manquantes. Texte très lisible. Esquels sont contenues les Ordonnances requises pour la police de ladicte ville, et de tous les estats et maistrise d'icelle. Avec un Indice des principales matières. Election des Iurats de la ville et cité de Bourdeaus. Du Maire, Sous-Maire et Iurats. Des Clefs du Trésor. Des Procureurs. Des Sergens. Du Capitaine du guet. Des Pauvres. De Guyenne. Des Edifices et Maisons. Des Vagabons. Pour le temps de Peste. Des Pastels. Des Bleds. Des Vins. Des Chirurgiens, etc. Introuvable.

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        Raccolta breve d'alcune cose più segnalate c'hebbero gli antichi, e d'alcune altre trovate da moderni... Con l'aggiunta d'alcune considerationi curiose, et utili di Flavio Gualtieri da Tolentino...

      presso Bernardo Giunti, 1612. Cm. 22, pp. (24) 443 (1). Grande marchio tipografico al frontespizio, capolettera e testate. Legatura coeva in piena pregamena floscia con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Un forellino di tarlo che interessa solo le prime due carte e prima sguardia assente, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Non comune prima edizione italiana di quest'opera curiosa. Dall'indice: Della Murrina, et altre pietre di valore; D'alcuni liquori pretiosi, et in particolare del Balsamo; Di varie sarti di frutti, et vini; Delle varie librarie antiche, e chi fosse il primo a far Libraria copiosa; Delle cantine, et come si conservassi il vino dagli antichi; D'un olio che mai si consumava; Della porcellana, et sua virtù; Della Bottarga, caviale, et altri salumi... Cfr. Camerini I, pag. 519; Paleari, 896.

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        Historia naturale di G. Plinio secondo divisa in trentasette libri. Tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi con le addittioni in margine nelle quali o vengono segnate le cose notabili o citati altri authori che della istessa materia habbiano scritto o dichiarati i luoghi difficili o posti i nomi di geografia moderna. Di nuovo ristampate reviste e ricorrette con le sue tavole copiosissime di tutto quello che nell'opera si contiene

      Appresso Giovanni Bizzardo, 1612. In 4, pp. 52 + 930. Frontespizio anticamente foderato con mancanze marginali riparate. Altre mancanze marginali riparate alle seguenti 3 cc. Qualche lieve gora al margine esterno superiore. P. pelle ottocentesca con doppio filetto a piatti e fleurons agli angoli. Lievi segni d'uso. Fregi oro al dorso. Nel complesso solido volume. Edizione seicentesca di questa importante traduzione del Domenichi dedicata ad Alberico Cybo Malaspina. Buona edizione di questo classico di particolare interesse oltre che per le notizie di geografia, storia naturale, astronomia, metereologia, le descrizione di animali e loro comportamenti anche per la massa di informazioni legate ai cibi e all'alimentazione. Ad esempio: Del latte e del Cacio; delle diversita' dei caci; dell'albero del pepe; degli unguenti; della natura delle viti; il modo di governar le vigne; vini generosi; vini d'oltre mare; de i vini contrafatti; del vino Opiniano; delle cantine; della cultura delle ulive; della natura dell'olio; delle mele; delle pere; di ventinove sorte di fichi; delle noci; otto sorti di ciliegie; del pianbtar alberi; dei legumi; del lievito e del modo di fare il pane; della mietitura e come si conserva il grano; de' tartufi, de funghi pezici...; degli horti; della cicoria; del basilico; della ruchetta; del cardo. A questa amplissima parte segue quella dedicata alla cura delle malattie ai semplici, all'arte magica. Termina l'opera una estremamente ampia descrizione della natura dei minerali e delle pietre preziose. ITA

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        Le theatre des antiquitez de Paris. Où est traicté de la fondation des églises & chapelles de la Cité, Université, ville & diocèse de Paris : comme aussi de l'institution du Parlement, fondation de l'Université & collèges, & autres choses remarquables

      Chez Pierre Chevalier, 1612. - Chez Pierre Chevalier, A Paris 1612, Fort in-4 (16,5x23,5cm), (16) 1310pp. (18), relié. - Prima edizione, illustrata con 11 figure nel testo. Scenetta con le armi reali sul frontespizio. Bound in pieno periodo di pecora marrone. Indietro con i nervi decorati. come Allegato all'Avana marocco. restauro esemplare, quasi invisibile in berretti, bit e angoli. lievi tracce di umidità a margine del frontespizio e sulla prima pagina di testo; traccia di umidità in alto a destra degli ultimi strati. Bella copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, illustrée de 11 figures in-texte. Vignette aux armes royales en page de titre. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin havane. Restauration exemplaire quasi invisible au coiffes, mors et coins. Légère trace de mouillure en marge droite de la page de titre et sur le premier feuillet de texte, et sur quelques feuillets ; trace de mouillure au coin droit des derniers feuillets. P. 1310 restaurée en marge basse avec une bande de papier, sans manque. Bon exemplaire. Importante étude ancienne sur l'histoire de Paris. Jacques Du Breul avait publié un premier ouvrage sur Paris intitulé : Les Fastes et antiquitez de Paris où il semble compléter le dernier ouvrage sur Paris de Corrozet ; ce dernier servira de base au Theatre des antiquitez de Paris, que l'auteur va considérablement augmenter grâce à la collaboration de Jacque de Jay, du président de Thou et aux prêts de manuscrits d'autres personalités. Le premier livre traite de la Cité, le deuxième de l'Université, le troisième de la Ville et le dernier du Diocèse rural de Paris. L'ouvrage restera une référence incontournable pour tous les futurs historiens de Paris, qui n'hésiteront pas à piller des passages entiers du livre.  

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        Tractatus de Conditionibus, Et Modis Impossibilibus, Et Iure...

      1612. Rare Seventeenth-Century Spanish Treatise on Commercial Law Duran, Pablo [1580-1651]. Tractatus de Conditionibus, Et Modis Impossibilibus, Et Iure Prohibitis Contractibus, & Testamentis Adscriptis. Palma, Majorca: Typis Gabrielis Guasp, 1612. [iv], 110 ff. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (11-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Some soiling, spine darkened, moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends and corners, a few chips to spine, front endleaves lacking, rear pastedown loose, edgeworn and partially detached, text block partially detached. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, fainst dampstaining to margins of some leaves, edgewear and some insect damage to margins of the first four leaves. Ex-library early hand-written owner inscription and small inkstamp to title page, inkstamps to a few other leaves. A decent copy of rare title. * First edition. This is a notable treatise on contracts and other aspects of commercial law. Other editions were published in 1638 and 1639. It was also the foundation of a work by Philibert Brussel, Tractatus Insignis Ac Utilissimus De Conditionibus Testamentorum Contractuum Et Pactorum Nec Non Paulus Duran was published in 1700. OCLC locates 1 copy of Duran's Tractaus in North America, at Harvard Law School, which has a 1638 edition. Brussel's is equally rare: OCLC locates 5 in North America. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispano-Americano 77444.

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        Warhafftige Beschreibung und eigentliche Abbildung aller Züge und Victorien, zu Wasser unnd zu Landt . durch Raht und That des hochgebornen Fürsten und Herrn Maurits von Nassau .

      Leiden, J. Orlers & H. van Haestens, 1612 - Folio. [4]f including half title, engraved title within allegorical border, full-page arms on verso, full-page engraved portrait of Prince Maurice +256p. Text in 2 columns. 42 engraved plates (41 double-page, 1 folding). Contemporary vellum;morocco label on spine. First edition in German of this extensively illustrated survey of Dutch military exploits on land and sea under the leadership of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (1567-1625) during the Dutch war of independence from Spain. (The Dutch original was published in 1610). The events here described and illustrated include the Dutch share in the destruction of the Spanish armada in 1588 (pp46-67), the expedition sent to Nova Zembla and to the East Indies in 1594-5, the Anglo-Dutch naval expedition to Cadiz under Henry Howard Duke of Norfolk, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Prince Maurice in 1596, the Dutch expedition against Spain and the Canary Islands under Admiral Pierre vander Does in 1599, the Dutch blockade of the Flemish coast by a gigantic fleet of 2800 vessels in July 1600 against the Spaniards, a sea fight between the Dutch and Portuguese off Bantam in 1601, and an account of the naval battle off Gibraltar between the Dutch and Spaniards in 1607. The finely engraved plates, executed in the best tradition of Dutch art of the period, depict battles, sieges, naval engagements, military plans and maps. The frontispiece bears the initials ‘L. G.’, a campaign map of 1602 is signed Floris Balthasar, the other plates are unidentified. Orlers (1570-1646), was a printer and local historian at Leiden, who later became mayor of the city. The dedication is to Frederick V, Prince Palatine, son in law of Charles I of England and champion of German Protestants who later accepted the crown of Bohemia and lost his throne as 'winter king'. Right blank margin of title shaved, otherwise a very good copy with contemporary manuscript ownership entry by Eberhard Klenck, dated 1613, in blank tailend title margin; a slightly later entry inside front cover by Leopold Kleuken, dated 3 February 1657. Holzmann Bohatta 6058a; Cockle, no 83 (note to the English edition of 1620 : 'This work is of very great interest. The English volunteers in the service of the States General play no inconsiderable part in the history'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Discours sur l'impuissance de l'Homme et de la Femme. Auquel est déclaré que c'est Impuissance empefchant et séparant le mariage et ce qui doit être observé aux Procès de Séparation pour cause d'Impuissance. Seconde édition, revue et augmentée

      Paris, Jean du Brayet et Nicolas Rousset 1612 - in-12 (16,5x11cm), 4 ff.,226 pp., plein veau blond, dos orné à cinq nerfs, pièces de titre maroquin rouge et vert, triplet filet autour des plats, dentelle intérieure et filet de coupes, tranches dorées (reliure exécutée vers 1850). Ex-Libris Docteur B. Bernard (reliure légèrement baillante,charnières fragiles, un coin découvert). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'ARTE VETRARIA DISTINTA IN LIBRI SETTE DEL R. P. ANTONIO NERI FIORENTINO. NE QUALI SI SCOPRONO, EFFETTI MARAVIGLIOSI, & INSEGNANO SEGRETI BELLISSIMI, DEL VETRO NEL FUOCO & ALTRE COSE CURIOSE.

      Stamperia de' Giunti, 1612. Neri, Antonio. L' arte vetraria distinta in libri sette. Nei quali si scoprono effetti meravigliosi, e s' insegnano segreti bellissimi, del vetro nel fuoco et altre cose curiose. Firenze, Stamperia de' Giunti, 1612. In - 4°, pergamena coeva. (8), 114, (6) pp. Bell' esemplare della rara edizione originale. Interessante opera che fornisce i primi insegnamenti sull' arte vetraria, raccolti a Firenze e a Venezia, con notizie originali dell' autore sull' arte degli smalti e dei colori. Ebbe molte ristampe e fu tradotta in diverse lingue. Questa prima edizione manca anche al Ferguson, p. 135, che scrive: Hardly any of the older authorities seem to know this edition, not even Beekmann, who quotes the edition of Venise, 1663... Manca pure al Duveen. Woll, History of science, I, p. 500: First work specially devoted to a description of the manufacture of glass...

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        THE DECREE AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE KINGS MAIESTIE, UPON A CONTROVERSIE OF PRECEDENCE, BETWEENE THE YONGER SONNES OF VISCOUNTS AND BARONS, AND THE BARONETS; AND TOUCHING SOME OTHER POINTS ALSO, CONCERNING AS WELL BANNERETS, AS THE SAID BARONETS

      London: Robert Barker, 1612. [1],14pp. with woodcut vignettes above and below title and at end of text, woodcut royal arms above beginning of text on p.1. Small quarto. 20th-century boards, gilt leather label. Large illustrated bookplate of legendary bookseller John Howell on front pastedown. Titlepage slightly soiled, with a few ink spots. Outer corners of text block trimmed diagonally. Light dampstaining and soiling. Contemporary ink inscriptions (including proper names) in margins of pp.6, 7, 14 (some smeared at an early date). Additional contemporary inscriptions on p.14 in blank spaces between printed text. Lacking leaf A1 (recto blank except for signature mark within vignette, verso blank) and leaf C2 (recto and verso blank). A good copy, housed in a half- morocco slipcase, spine gilt (erroneously noting "inscription by Francis Bacon"). A royal decree issued by King James I confirming that baronets, holders of hereditary titles awarded by the crown, were to be ranked below the younger sons of Viscounts and Barons. The practice of awarding baronetcies was introduced by James I in 1611, and this decree was issued in response to a "controversie which did arise upon an inference only out of some dark words contained in the Letters Patents of the said Baronets." This copy has numerous contemporary ink inscriptions in English on three pages, some of which were smeared (and are now mostly illegible) at an early date. The remainder of the inscriptions include proper names, single words, and partial sentences. STC 9234. ESTC S105542.

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        LA PASSIONE di N.S Giesu Christo, d'Alberto Durero di Norimberga. Sposta in ottaua rima dal R.P.D. Mauritio Moro, Canon. della Congr. di S.Giorgio in Alega. In Venetia, appresso Daniel Bissuccio, M.DC.XII. (1612)

      Bissuccio, 1612. in - 4 (mm 200x145), 42 ff. n.n. Precede il testo la dedica all'Arciduca Ferdinando d'Austria di Donato Rasciotti e di M. Moro. Ritratto di Dürer a mezzo busto in tondo inciso in rame nel 1553 sul foglio di titolo. Esemplare accuratamente rinfrescato in legatura francese del ?900 d'amatore in pieno marocchino blu, dorso a nervi con titolo oro, tagli dor., dent.int. - Al recto di 36 fogli sono impressi i 36 legni originali del 1507 e 1510 di Albrecht Dürer (1471 - 1528) della serie di silografie della "Piccola Passione", tra i capolavori del grande artista, tutti firmati col monogramma AD. La serie di 36 incisioni venne impressa nel 1507 in tiratura di prova senza testo; quindi dal 1511 in poi con testo latino di Chelidonius Benedictus (latinizzazione del nome di Schwalbe). La presente è la prima edizione con testo in italiano. Il componimento poetico del Moro, canonico di San Giorgio in Alega, "..che diletta, e move à pietade ne' leggiadri versi" (dalla dedica del Rasciotti), ebbe notevole successo. La figura dell'Uomo di Dolore, sul foglio di titolo della serie, apparve solamente in alcune tirature di prova attorno al 1511. Nelle successive rare impressioni non è presente, mentre è impressa due volte la matrice del Cristo davanti a Pilato; altra variante riguarda la scena di Cristo negli Orti degli Ulivi: pur mantenendo la medesima iconografia Dürer preferì reincidere il soggetto. Esemplare assai bello e fresco di questa tiratura del 1612 di uno dei capolavori grafici del XVI secolo e di tutti i tempi.

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        Recueil des edicts de pacification, ordonnances et déclarations faites par les Rois de France sur les moyens plus propres pour appaiser les troubles et séditions, survenues pour le fait de la religion

      S.n, 1612. - S.n., S.l. 1612, in-12 (8x14,7cm), 426pp. (15), relié. - Nuova edizione ampliata editti fino al 1610; con ogni probabilità, il primo è stato pubblicato nel 1599. Velin tempo pieno. Smooth indietro. Titolo in penna nera parzialmente illeggibile. Risguardi sono staccati dai piatti. Cuciture allentate con alcune proiezioni di notebook. Una galleria a 1 cm di margine destro che colpisce una lettera di p. 169 e seguenti tre e p. 69 a 72. Pallido umidità bassa mago nelle prime pagine. Il primo editto di Carlo IX del 17 gennaio 1561 e l'ultima dichiarazione di roy Louys 13 del 22 maggio 1610 o 17 editti, comprese le disposizioni di Nantes emessi da Enrico IV nel 1598; tutti riguardano le guerre di religione e le loro conseguenze. Pierre Belloys stato consulente di Enrico IV. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition augmentée des édits jusqu'en 1610 ; selon toute vraisemblance, la première est parue en 1599. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque. Dos lisse. Titre à la plume noire en partie illisible. Les pages de garde sont décollées des plats. Coutures laches avec quelques ressauts de cahiers. Une galerie de vers sur 1 cm en marge droite affectant une lettre p. 169 et trois suivantes, et p. 69 jusqu'à 72. Pâle mouillure en mage basse sur les premiers feuillets. Le premier édit est celui de Charles IX du 17 janvier 1561 et le dernier une Déclaration du roy Louys 13, du 22 mai 1610, soit 17 édits, compris les édits de Nantes 1598 donnés par Henri IV ; tous concernent les guerres de religions et leurs conséquences. Pierre Belloys était un conseiller de Henri IV.

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        DE NOUO ORBE. OR, THE HISTORIE OF THE WEST INDIES, CONTAYNING THE ACTES AND ADUENTURES OF THE SPANYARDS, WHICH HAVE CONQUERED AND PEOPLED THOSE COUNTRIES...Written by Peter Martyr...WHEREOF THREE HAUE BEEN FORMERLY TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. BY R. EDEN, WHEREUNTO THE OTHER FIUE, ARE NEWLY ADDED BY THE INDUSTRIE, AND PAINEFULL TRAUAILE OF M. LOK, GENT

      London: Printed for Thomas Adams, 1612. 5 preliminary leaves (lacks blank A1, A2-A4 in expert facsimile), 318 numbered leaves (some leaves misnumbered). Small quarto. Modern full calf, gilt, boards ruled in gilt and stamped with gilt decorations, spine with raised bands and gilt decoration, leather label. Some minor internal dampstaining, else very good. The first complete English translation of the eight books of Spanish historian Peter Martyr's DE NOUO ORBE..., one of the most important of all sources for the history of the discovery and conquest of the New World, from Columbus through the conquest of Mexico by Cortes. Martyr, an official in the Spanish royal court, was present when Columbus returned in 1493, and was actively involved on the highest level of administration in New World affairs for the rest of his life. Herein are the best contemporary accounts of all of the earliest explorations of the Caribbean, northern South America, and Mexico. This is thus the first English text in complete form of one of the most important pieces of all early Americana. Martyr published his history beginning in 1511, and separately and cumulatively until his death. The first complete edition of all eight books was issued in Latin in 1532. Martyr's work was first translated into English in 1555 by Richard Eden as THE DECADES OF THE NEWE WORLDE. That was the first major work in English about the New World, but it only included the first three of Martyr's books. The full translation of all eight books, by Michael Lok, was not issued until 1612, when the present volume was issued by the printer, Thomas Adams. An English Americanum of the greatest importance. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 612/3. CHURCH 358. SABIN 1563. STC 65O. ARENTS 6. JCB (3)II:86.

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        HIERACOSOPHION. Rei Accipitrariae scriptores nunc primun editi. Accessit KYNOSOPHION Liber de Cura canum ex Biblioth. Regia Medicea. Lutetiae, Sumptibus Hieronymi Drovart 1612.

      1612. In 4° (17,5x25,7), bella leg. amatoriale non coeva in mz. pelle marrone - scuro, dorso a cinque nervi con titoli e fregi negli scomparti impressi in oro, piatti e sguardie marmorizzate, bel ex - libris del celebre falconiere e ornitologo James Edmund Harting, pp,(16) - 278 - (28) - 211 - 120, tagli rossi, frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero, con fregio tipografico xilogr., leggermente brunito nel marg. sup. destro, qualche capilettera, testatine e finalini xilogr., testo in greco, latino e catalano. Astuccio in cart. marmorizzato ben conservato. Splendido esemplare di opera rarissima. Brunet V, 245. Ceresoli, p.304. Harting, 314 ("A work now of some rarity and value"). Kreysig, p. 151. Schwerdt II, p.136. Souhart, pp.670 - 671.Thiébaud, p.499 - 500. Importante e assai rara raccolta di opere sulla falconeria e la cinologia, pubblicata dal bibliotecario del re di Francia Luigi XIII: Nicolas Rigault, la cui dedicatoria appare nelle prime pagine del libro: Rigault era pure esecutore testamentario del celebre falconiere Jacques Auguste de Thou. Il lavoro venne stampato da Claude Morel, insieme ad altri due librai (H.Drovart e S.Cramoisy). Sul mercato apparvero così varie ediz. con i nomi ora dell'uno, ora dell'altro libraio. Il nostro esemplare reca il nome del libraio Drovart. Secondo Brunet e Souhart, l'ediz. stampata da Cramoisy ha la carta più bianca e resistente Si è riscontrato una certa discrepanza nelle pagine e nell'ordine delle opere nelle tre edizioni. Kreysig segnala una edizione in 8° del 1758, pubblicata a Basilea e una parigina in 4° del 1619, che Thiébaud giudica inesistenti. Le opere riunite sono undici, le prime due in greco, entrambe dedicate agli uccelli da rapina e scritte da Demetrio Costantinopolitano detto Pepagomeno, appaiono stampate per la prima volta. Seguono altre opere sul medesimo soggeto (importante un poema latino di J.A. de Thou), una in greco sulla cura dei cani da caccia, attribuita a Femone o al già citato Pepagomeno, una epistola in catalano (nell'opera in questione c'è anche la traduzione latina) su come nutrire e curare gli uccelli da rapina, impiegati per la caccia (la lettera è di Simmaco, considerata apocrifa, è il più antico trattato di falconeria in lingua volgare) ecc. Per una dettagliata analisi di tutte le 11 opere si rimanda in particolare ai repertori di Ceresoli e Thiébaud.

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        In Cabalam introductio quaedam.. - (Segue:) Polemonis Physionomia e graeco in latinum versa.. - (Segue:) Fisonomia di Polemone..fatta volgare.. - (Segue:) Oratio..de laudibus D. Hyacinthi.. Mutinae, apud Iulianum Cassianum (poi: Offic. Typogr. Io. Mariae de Verdis), MDCXII (Modena 1612)

      Cassiani G. - Verdi G.M, 1612. 4 opere in 1 vol., pp. 39, (1); 106, (2 bianche); 80; 105, (1); leg. antica in p. pergam. rigida., titolo "Fisonomia di Polemone" in oro al dorso. Con numerose belle iniziali silogr., armi degli Estensi sul titolo di ciascuna opera, impresa tipogr. del Cassiani in fine alla prima ed altra grande di G.M. Verdi in fine alla quarta opera. Prima edizione di tutte le quattro opere. Il primo testo è un'introduzione all'alchimia considerata una parte della magia naturale. L'autore (1562 - 1611), che in diversi passi trae spunto da Pico della Mirandola, fornisce le chiavi essenziali per iniziare lo studio dell'antica scienza ebraica secondo le concezioni del neoplatonismo. L' opera di Antonios Polemon (88 - 144 d.C., di Laodicea, nella Caria, sofista greco) sulla fisiognomica è tradotta, nel primo caso, in latino dal Montecuccoli, nel secondo, in italiano da suo fratello Francesco; ed seguita dalle "Assertiones", un compendio in brevi sentenze della filosofia dell'umanesimo legata al neoplatonismo. L'ultima opera è un'Orazione panegirica in onore di S.Giacinto. Importante assieme di opere (le prime tre) dedicate alla cabala, all'esoterismo e fisiognomica, reperibili anche singolarmente (ma l'opuscolo "In cabalam introductio", citato da Thorndike, non è stato riscontrato in alcun altro repertorio). Buon esempl. di rare edizioni modenesi

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        Athenaioy Deipnosophiston Biblia Pentekaideka. Athenaei Deipnosophistarum libri quindecim, cum Iacobi Dalechampii Cadomensis Latina interpretatione, ultimum ab autore recognita & notis eiusdem ad calcem remissis.

      Apud Viduam Antonij de Harsy, 1612. Editio postrema. In qua ultra ea quae ante Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit, & ex antiquis membranis supplevit, auxitque, adjectae sunt margini ex eiusdem Casauboni in auctorem animadversionum libris XV variae lectiones & coniecturae. Accesserunt in textu notae ad singulas voces et ipsius authoris loca, quae in iis libris tractantur & examinantur. Cum necessariis indicibus, 1 vol. in - folio reliure demi - basane marron (32 x 26 cm), dos à 6 nerfs orné, Apud Viduam Antonij de Harsy, Lugduni [ Lyon ], 1612, 24 ff., 811 pp. et 24 ff. n. ch. Il s'agit ici du premier tome seul, contenant le texte grec et la traduction latine en regard. On trouvait dans un second volume les commentaires d'Isaac Casaubon. Etat satisfaisant (tome premier seul, rel. fort. frottée mais bien solide, qq. mouill. et qq. petits travaux de vers affectant très rarement le texte). La présente édition, établie par Dalechamps, est reconnue. Grec

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        TRATTATO DE' CIBI ET DEL BERE del Signor B.P. medico bolognese. Ove non solo si tratta delle virtù de' cibi, che ordinariamente si mangiano & de' vini che si bevono, ma insieme s'insegna il modo di corregger i loro difetti ... ridotto in assai bell'ordine .. dal Signor Francesco Gallina medico piemontese

      Giovanni Domenico Tarino, 1612. Volume in 8° antico (cm. 12 x 9), legatura coeva in piena pelle, titolo impresso al dorso a cinque nervi, inciso e decorato in oro a scomparti, sguardie, frontespizio con bella e grande marca xilografica (antica firma d'appartenenza cancellata con inchiostro), dedicatoria dell'editore al principe Vittorio Amedeo di Savoia, sommario, 8 cc., 393 pp., bianche. Si tratta della rara edizione torinese (la prima veneta è del 1583) di questo celebre trattato che ebbe una rinomanza enorme tanto da vendere circa trenta edizioni nel corso di un secolo. L'opera in lingua italiana del medico bolognese del XVI secolo Baldassare Pisanelli (notizie 1559 - 1583), allievo del più famoso Aldovrandi, è una disamina accurata delle virtù e difetti dei più comuni cibi, frutti e liquori. Insegnamenti per la preparazione e la cottura. Consigli per la scelta degli alimenti. Di ogni cibo e' riportata la storia e la considerazione di esso presso gli antichi. Il testo inizia con la Tavola delle Cose che nella presente opera si contengono: si elencano in voci alfabetiche tutti i cibi commestibili atti a preparare le ricette culinarie che seguono. Stampata in bel corsivo tondo, alcuni capilettera e finalini xilografici, una lieve ed uniforme brunitura dovuta al tipo di carta, un accenno di gora al margine inferiore delle prime ed ultime pagine. Esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione. Ricco di nozioni a dir poco curiose. Di grande rarità e notevole importanza.

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        Groenland

      1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title - page and 220 full - page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Amsterdam Koeman p. 42; King p. 96/99. 135 90

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        Comentarios de las cosas en los Paises Baxos de Flandes, desde el ano de mil y quinientos y noventa y quatro, hasta el de mil y quinientos y nouenta y ocho

      1612 - The war for the Low Countries commented by a Spanish Soldier. 1612 [1611 colophon]. Madrid. Luis Sanchez. In 4to (189 mm x 132 mm). 6 ff. + 159 ff. Red morocco by Brugalla, gilt supralibros on sides, gilt turn-ins, gilt edges. Professional repairs in C1, one affecting a little text, repair affecting text in V1, large marginal repair in I3, else very good. 5,000 $ First edition. A contemporary war chronicle, and a relevant source for the history of the Low Countries and the war with Spain, written in the form of an autobiographical account, thus not engaging in historic remarks, but based in the experiences of the author, a soldier in the war, although a brief historic overview of the events leading to the war is given. The illustration comprises a full page portrait of the author standing in armor, with his shield against a tree, signed by the cipher FND(?), and woodcut arms on title page. His personal approach to the work is outlined in the last chapter “Y porque estos misescritos, o comentarios, no son mas que unas breves memorias de lo que vi y alcance a saber del tiempo en que milite en la guerra de Flandes, y va escrito mas como soldado que como historiador” (CLVII pp. v158-159). Cabrera de Cordoba would later use this book for the confection of his chronicle (1619), relying considerably on the un-biasness of a soldier who only wrote on his own experience, rather than with ideological positions taken, as earlier chroniclers such as Ulloa and Cornejo. Provenance: Libreria Roque Pidal; Isidoro Fernandez, bookplate on front pastedown. Palau, 366877. The Pelican and its Ungrateful Children: The Construction and Evolution of the Image of Dutch Rebelliousness in Golden Age Spain. In: The Journal of Early Modern History, vol. 11, nr. 4-5 (2007), p. 285-302. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Epitome Theatri Orbis Terrarum Abrahami Ortelij De novo recognita, aucta et Geographica ratione restaurata à Michaele Coigneto Mathem. Antuerpiano

      1612. In 8° obl (mm 170x122), A - S8 T4, frontespizio architettonico, testo latino, 137 mappe incise, di cui 134 tavole geografiche, un globo celeste, un globo terrestre e una veduta del monastero di San Lorenzo de El Escorial, 2 illustrazioni incise nel testo, legatura in pelle marrone, tagli rossi, lieve brunitura su qualche folio, rare fioriture e qualche piccolo foro di tarlo ai margini, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. La versione in formato ridotto del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius, nota come Epitome, costituisce il primo esempio di atlante tascabile moderno. L'idea di un formato pocket, fu concepita da Philip Galle nel 1577 che, con la collaborazione di Peeter Heyns, lanciò il nuovo genere in Olanda e Francia, con il titolo di "Specchio del mondo" (Spieghel der Werelt/Le miroir du monde). Nel 1583, Galle decise di aggiungere nuove mappe, da lui disegnate e incise, con testo curato sempre da P. Heyns: tra il 1577 e il 1598 pubblicarono ben 11 edizioni, stampate da C. Plantin; mentre il numero delle mappe arrivò a 123 nell'edizione del 1598. Dopo la morte di Ortelius, le matrici dell'Epitome passarono a Jean Baptiste Vrients che nel 1601 pubblicò ad Anversa una nuova Epitome, stampata da Henrick Swingen, con testo curato dal matematico M. Coignet. Come aveva fatto Galle, il numero delle mappe fu progressivamente aumentato con nuove tavole incise dai fratelli Ambrose & Ferdinand Arsenius, che erano all'epoca assistenti di Frans Hogenberg, ed erano stati co - incisori del Theatrum di Ortelius. L'edizione del 1612, che ricalca quella del 1609, ne comprende 137, e fu stampata da Plantin. Oblong 8vo (121 x 168 mm). A - S8 T4. With engraved architectural title and 137 engraved maps with Latin text on verso, 2 engravings in text, calf binding, just some soiling, occasional foxing and some marginal wormholes, otherwise in very good condition. The first pocket version of Abraham Ortelius folio Atlas Theatrum Orbis Terra was published by Philip Galle with text by Pieter Heyns, in 1577. Under the title Spieghel der Werelt [Mirror of the World], they launched the new genre in Dutch and French. Between 1577 & 1598 Galle issued 11 editions printed by Christopher Plantin. From 1583 he gradually introduced a new set of maps, drawn and engraved by Galle adding quality and quantity replacing the originals until they had grown to 123 by 1598. After Ortelius' death, Jeand Baptiste Vrients acquired these plates, and in 1601 he published his first edition of Epitome. The text was provided by Michael Coignet and a new series of 13 mpas was engraved by Ambrosius and Fredinand Arsenius.They had been assistants to Frans Hogenberg and co - engravers of Ortelius' folio Theatrum. The Vrients' editions of 1609 and 1612 were printed by Plantin, with 137 maps. Anversa Antwerpen Koeman III Ort 58; King pp. 86 - 87; T.ORT - 3a; vgl. Phillips 3411; Navari, Cyprus 50.

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        Typus Orbis Terrarum

      1612. Carta geografica tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title - page and 220 full - page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Amsterdam 135 100

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        Essaies. Religious Meditations. Places of Perswasion and Disswasion. Seene and Allowed

      London: [William Jaggard] for John Jaggard, 1612. Second Jaggard edition, second issue with G7,8 canceled with addition of signatures H-O. Woodcut headpiece and printer's ornaments on title and "Of the Colours" section title, woodcut initials. [220] pp. Collation: A-F^8 G^8 (-G7,8) H-O^8. Small 8vo. Nineteenth century full blue morocco, covers gilt with dentelle border, smooth spine lettered in gilt, a.e.g. Light wear to extremities, small waterstains to covers. Second Jaggard edition, second issue with G7,8 canceled with addition of signatures H-O. Woodcut headpiece and printer's ornaments on title and "Of the Colours" section title, woodcut initials. [220] pp. Collation: A-F^8 G^8 (-G7,8) H-O^8. Small 8vo. Huth-Pirie Copy of the 1612 Jaggard Printing of Bacon's Essayes. The second Jaggard edition of the Essayes of statesman and philosopher Francis Bacon (1561-1626). Jaggard used his 1606 edition of the Essayes, which contained the original 10 essays of the first edition, as a model for this 1612 printing. When a new edition by Beale, expanded from 10 to 38 essays, appeared in 1612, Jaggard canceled the final two leaves (G7,8) and expanded the work to include the full compliment of essays. Jaggard made no entry of this or his 1606 and 1613 editions of the Essayes in the Stationers' Register, and so it has been customary to regard his editions as piracies. Jackson gently disputes this notion in the note to Pforzheimer 29, suggesting that a later transfer of rights to Jaggard's widow in 1624, as well as the silence of Hopper and Beale (who did register their rights with the Stationers' Company), argues for Jaggard having some right to the Essayes. "In some manner, therefore, Jaggard must have himself secured 'rights' which the Stationers' Company regarded as transferable even though not previously entered in the Register" (Pforzheimer). In any case, a rare edition: we trace only this copy at auction. The Essayes, which went into numerous editions in the author's lifetime and eventually expanded from the 10 essays printed in the first edition to 58 in the 1625 edition, treat moral and political topics in "a terse, aphoristic style … which Bacon conceived as a genre setting down discrete observations on life, and aspiring to some kind of objective validity" (ODNB). "In an age of complicated and superficial verbiage, [Bacon] turns the licence of imaginative and allusive expression into an instrument of accurate and chastened thought" (Cambridge History of English and American Literature). The Essayes were originally circulated in manuscript among Bacon's friends - the threat of a pirated edition by Richard Seeger lead to Bacon entrusting the work to Humfrey Hooper for publication in 1597. A fine copy with exceptional provenance. ESTC S100353; Gibson 7; cf. Pforzheimer 28 & 29. Provenance: Henry Huth (black morocco booklabel, Sotheby's, Wilkinson & Hodge, 15 November 1911, lot 389); Robert S Pirie (his bookplate, purchased Seven Gables, 1962)

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        L'Arte Vetraria distinta in Libri Sette...Ne quali si scoprono, effetti maravigliosi, & insegnano segreti bellissimi, del Vetro nel Fuoco & altre cose curiose.

      Woodcut printer's device on title. 4 p.l., 114, [6] pp. Small 4to, 18th-cent. vellum over boards (light browning & foxing). Florence: Giunta, 1612. First edition of the first and most famous textbook devoted to glassmaking. "Neri is remembered only for L'arte vetraria (1612), a little book in which many, although by no means all, of the closely guarded secrets of glassmaking were printed for the first time. He recommended that glass be made from rocchetta (a fairly pure sodium sesquicarbonate from the Near East) and tarso, which he described as a kind of marble but which must have been some form of silica. He did not indicate the source of the necessary proportion of lime. The main part of the text deals with the coloring of glass with metallic oxides to give not only clear and uniform colors but also various veined effects. There are chapters on making lead glass of high refractive index and enamel (opaque) glass by the addition of tin oxide."-D.S.B., X, p. 23. Neri (d. ca. 1614), appears to have learned the art of glassmaking at Murano, near Venice, and to have continued his studies of this and other chemical arts in the Low Countries. "The greater part of the book is devoted to the coloration of glass, both to imitate gemstones and for the use of enamellers."-Singer et al, History of Technology, III, p. 217-(& see the detailed discussion of this work on pp. 217-19). This work went through numerous editions and translations; the first edition is rare. Very good copy. Engraved armorial bookplate of the Italian poet Domenico Rosa Morando (1734-1824). ❧ Duncan 9299. Partington, II, p. 368. See Ferguson, II, pp. 134-35-(not owning the 1st ed.). .

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        Terra Sancta a petro Laictain perlus trata et ab eius ore et schedis a Christiano schrot in tabulam redacta

      Artist: Vrients Joan B -Ortelius A; Issued in: Antwerp; date: c 1612 - Artist: Vrients, Joan B. -Ortelius, A.; Issued in: Antwerp; date: c. 1612; - Condition: Very good; Map shows the total Holy Land with beautiful ship representation and cartouche

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